Inflammation: a. destroys injurious agents. b. confines injurious agents. c. stimulates and enhances immunity. d. promotes healing. e. All of the above are correct. Inflammatory microcirculation changes involve all of the following except : A. vasodilation. B. days to develop. C. increased vascular permeability. D. exudation of leukocytes to injury site. A phagocyte's role begins with an inflammatory response. The sequence for phagocytosis is: A. margination, diapedesis, recognition, adherence, ingestion, fusion with lysosomes inside the phagocyte, destruction of the target. B. recognition of the target, margination or pavementing, destruction of the target by lysosomal enzymes. C. margination or pavementing, recognition of the target, adherence or binding, fusion with lysosomes inside the phagocyte. D. diapedesis, margination or pavementing, phagosome formation, recognition of the target, fusion with lysosomes inside the phagocyte. Chemotactic factors for phagocytes include all of the following except : A. mast cell degranulation products. B. streptolysins. C. plasminogen activator. D. prostaglandins. E. complement components. Which is not a local manifestation of inflammation? A. redness B. pain C. leukocytosis D. heat E. swelling Complement is: A. a hormone. B. a lymphokine. C. an antibody. D. a series of proteins in the blood. Diapedesis is a process in which: A. neutrophils migrate from the blood stream to an injured tissue site.
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